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Queen of Cannes, Kristen Stewart, joins the ranks of the female-dominated Competition board at the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival.

Homeschooling and education in general have plenty to gain from integrating movies into the learning process, whether for regular pupils or experts.

Stories of sets with supernatural occurrences run rampant. Read our roundup of the weirdest on-set hauntings below with the lights off – if you dare.

Making movies as an amateur can be expensive. But there are many ordinary, inexpensive household objects that double as useful pieces of film gear.

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To celebrate the wit and wisdom from the acclaimed indie auteur, here are David Lynch’s ten most inspiring pearls of wisdom.

Last year title designer Richard Alan Greenberg passed. We look at the power of set designs in film by listing some of cinema’s most beautiful creations.

Many directors challenge the film artform with modern consumer tech to achieve cinematic shots. Here’s a collection of innovative movies shot with GoPros.

David Fincher's dark films are what Hollywood movies aspire to be. In tribute to the auteur, we're looking back at some of his most beloved films.